We would like to send our condolences to everyone that watched Seahawks-Browns on Sunday. (Sorry Josh.)
NFL.com has decided to put up a warning on their Game Rewind package alerting viewers that the game contains images that may not be appropriate for new football fans and young children.
Anyone re-watching the game will see an interesting mix of dominance and futility by the Browns offense. Cleveland possessed the ball for 42:56, which is their highest time of possession in a game since at least 1976. Yet they only scored six points.
If there was a record for time of possession: points ratio, we’re pretty sure the Browns would set a record for that too.
“I don’t want to disrespect Cleveland,” said Seahawks receiver Mike Williams after the game via the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. “But we are better.”
We’re not too sure about that. The numbers for the Seahawks offense were rather grisly. They had 137 total yards for the game, and averaged 2.4 yards-per-pass. That’s the fewest yards the Browns have given up since 1993.
Cleveland police recovered the Charlie Whitehurst bandwagon Monday morning at the bottom of Lake Erie.